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SketchUcation Community Forums Pilou wrote:"à la main" I think that'à la main' = by hand - you deliver a document by hand [i.e. it is in your hand] OR 'fait à la main' = hand-made [in English this phrase is normally reserved for things like food, clothes, furniture etc, but not in the general sense of 'manually' (manuellement) which is often used as the opposite of 'automatically'] - 'à la main' is a general usage and can be used in many case without misinterpretation, as it literally means 'at [the] hand' - so it is often used regarding anything relating to 'hands', BUT then'par la main' = by [the use of the] hand - you make a SKP mesh by hand - in the sense that you 'made it with your hand[s]' ['manually'] rather than making it ''automatically, perhaps using EEbyRails or Fredo's new gizmo [ you are unlikely to leave it at home

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You make me smile. You're just so wonderful and Sasha knows this too would be my guess. You should write her a letter, maybe be pen pals! I bet she'd think that was pretty awesome every time she'd get a letter and I bet if you got one in return, it would warm your heart to the melting point. by featherking Jan 17

My sister was running much later than she anticipated getting Sasha to my folks at their midway meeting point and it would be after bedtime when they arrived so I left a note on her pillow, knowing I'd get her riled up if I was there. I surprisingly got a little choked up while signing it. I realized much of our interaction is physical and verbal- I don't usually put words on paper to her and it suddenly felt like something I should try to remedy. Anyway now I'm all weepy and snotty like an idiot. I very selfishly could have used a hug from her and didn't realize it- but I may have burst into tears on her so maybe this was best... That kid has me by the heartstrings if it hasn't been obvious before. She just makes everything better somehow. by megela Jan 16

Oh! Ok...taking heed. I will save this for just the right moment to spend a few hours. Fiora has a real Spirograph set and I pulled it out a few weeks ago. It is surprisingly hard to spin a perfect one. Some snowy day this winter I'm pretty sure that a number of hours will be spent practicing. by featherking Jan 15

Dudddddeee. Don't play with this. You'll lose hours, nay weeks. Um, what year is it again? by megela Jan 15

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